Part 1.How to Create Spotify Playlists and Add Songs to Them

If Spotify is a newcomer for you or you want to get different versions of Spotify, just click the links below to download one for free. If you have downloaded it, sign up for an account for free. Of course, you can also pay to go Premium for better service.

1.1 on your PC (for Windows)

Step 1. Launch Spotify Music

After installation, launch Spotify. Find the "New Playlist" button in the left column and then click it

Step 2. Click the "New Playlist" button to create a new playlist.

When a new interface appears, you can change the name of the new playlist and write a description of it, then click "CREATE": now a new playlist is created successfully.

Step 3. Click the three dots icon to add songs, albums or song radios

After creating a new playlist, you can click the "Browse" button on the left column or type what you want in the search bar. Next, let's see how to make the playlist rich and colorful.

#1 Add a single song: Click the three-dot icon on the right side of the track and then select "Add to playlist", then choose a playlist you want to add the song to as well.

#2 Add the Entire Album: Similarly, find the album you like, tap on the three-dot icon below the album name, and then click on it. Next, you can see a familiar option: "Add to playlist", and what you need to do is select a playlist to put on the album, just like the steps to add a single song. Apple Music is also a good option for iOS users and they often face the problem of song not available in the region, which can be fixed easily.

#3 Add Song Radios: Also, find the radio you like before adding it to the playlist. Click "Radio" on the left side and see which one is your favorite. The steps are almost the same as adding an album to the playlist. First click three dots, then click "Add to Playlist" and finally choose a playlist.

2. On your cell phone

  1. Step 1. Click "Your Library", "Playlists" and "CREATE" in turn
  2. Step 2. Add songs, albums or song videos to playlists

#1 Add a single song: If you find three dots on the right side of the track you are adding, click the icon and a new list will appear. Select "Add to Playlist" and choose a playlist you like to add to the song.

#2 Add the whole album: If you like the whole album, it's easy to add it to your playlist. Simply by tapping on the playlist you will put the album on and clicking three dots on the top right. And then type the album name in the search bar and tap on the album. Finally, tap on the "+" icon one by one.

#3 Add Song Radios: Find a radio you are interested in, and then tap three dots on the top right of the radio, and you can add it to the playlist in the same way.

If you are using Spotify on your computer, sometimes the Windows 11  doesn’t detect the headphones which is not a big problem and can be fixed easily.

Part 2. How to Delete Songs in a Spotify Playlist

Whether you add a song to your playlist by mistake or just want to delete it, you can do it whenever you want on your computer or mobile.

#2.1 on your PC (for Windows)

Pull down your playlist and find the songs you want to delete, and it's back to a three-dot icon - click on it. All you need is one more click on "Remove from playlist".

#2.2 on your cell phone

Go to your playlist and find the song. Then tap three dots to the right of the song to bring up a new playlist and tap "Remove from this playlist".

Part 3. How to Download Spotify Music to MP3

As we all know, Spotify is an online streaming service – free users cannot listen to it offline, let alone download the music on it. Even for a Premier, it is also a problem to download songs from Spotify due to DRM . After paying so much attention to generating playlists, how can we get rid of DRM and download the music on Spotify? Here TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is highly recommended. It can help us download Spotify tracks and convert them to MP3 for free enjoyment and remove DRM.

Step 1. Install and launch TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

Click the download button above and follow the installation  instructions. When you start it, you can see the main interface like this

Step 2. Add tracks to TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

Click "Add Files" at the top left of the interface, so you can add songs, playlists, albums, artists, tracks, etc. in TuneFab Spotify Music Converter. You can add the songs you want to download and convert in the following two ways:

#1. Drag and drop songs to the converter.

You can drag and drop any music you want from Spotify to the blank area of ​​TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, such as songs, playlists, radio playlists, etc.

#2. Copy the URL to add music.

The other way is to copy the URL of songs, playlists, albums, artists, tracks, etc. from Spotify. You can get the URL by entering the music you want to download and clicking the three-dot icon. Then select "Share" and then paste it into the search bar at the bottom left of the interface.

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Step 3. Select songs to convert

After dragging or pasting the songs link to TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, the songs you added will be listed, and what you need to do is check the songs you want to download. And click "Add" one more time.

Step 4. Choose the output format

Click "Options" and then go to the "Advanced" option in the new interface. There are 4 formats for the output files, here we choose "MP3" as the output format. By the way, you can also select the conversion speed if you want.

Step 5. Select output folder

Click "Options" and then choose the "General" option. Here you will see the default output folder, click "Select..." to change the output folder which saves the output files.

Step 6. Start to Convert Spotify Music to MP3

When you finish the necessary settings, click the "Convert" button to download and convert Spotify music to MP3 format.

Now, you just need to wait a minute if you convert a lot of Spotify songs. And then you can open the output folder to check the songs that can be played and shared on any device without the restriction of DRM.